this is the third and last time I will try and ask a question on StackOverflow, and my manner of question is very specific.
I have a Java application that will take the desktop and encode that with libx264 then stream it with RTMP to twitch.tv. My issue is that i want to preview the stream, and the best way i found to do this is to add a vlcj video player to a jpanel.
I wanted to implement Classic Bluetooth 4.0 to stream the video in a car. 2Mbps the speed of BT, I thought this would be enough to stream a video but then I read that Bluetooth is not the right choice to stream the video. So I was searching in the internet why is this not a good choice, but didn't find much about it.
Has anyone had this issue before where someone sends them a picture message but when you click the picture in the messaging app it plays like a video only the picture doesnt change? I know its a picture because I can save the attachment.
Also, when I receive a video message from an iphone the quality is so degraded and picture is so tiny it is very hard to view.
I've tried to reduce this down to just the operative code for this example: (assume 'logo.f4v' is a short video clip in the root of the project, and has been included in the package.)
var connection:NetConnection = new NetConnection();
var video:Video = new Video(1280, 720);
var stream:NetStream = new NetStream(connection);